Originally Posted by holymadness
Modernist architecture is so breathtakingly dull and unimaginative. Geometric heaps of steel, glass, and reinforced concrete piled together like fallen shipping containers.
I don't know how this awful trend was resuscitated after thirty years, but I wish it would go away again.
Originally Posted by StephenHero
Show us what you like.
It's a sweeping statement to say "modernist architecture" is so bad. But, to be fair, most of the things people seem to be posting and liking in here are smaller residential or boutique-office kind of size, and mostly seemingly surrounded by plush greenery and mountain views. The nature aspect makes all these projects easier to swallow. I'd like to see some examples of more urban projects that people are into, and some larger projects in here that people like.
(I think it would be a lot harder, which I think is holymadness's point...)